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We should at least give defense attorney, Mitchell Sheheen, an ‘A’ for effort.
The public defender for nineteen-year-old Devonte Davon Jeter had a simple explanation for why his client shouldn’t face charges after he and three friends were busted with marijuana during a routine traffic stop in Midland, Pennsylvania: The drugs weren’t his.
Unfortunately, Jeter put his pipe in his mouth when he asked the arresting officer for one small favor:
“Mr. Jeter asked if he could have his weed back,” officer Bruce Clark testified Monday in court.
Still, Sheheen tried his best to convince Judge William Livingston that the mary jane could have belonged to any of the four men in the car, desperately trying to explain to to the judge that Jeter was attempting to purchase the marijuana and the officers interrupted the transaction.
The court wasn’t buying it though.
“I don’t know what else ‘Can I have my weed back’ can mean, other than it’s his,” assistant district attorney Kevin Kindred said.
The court upheld the charges; Jeter will stand trial for possession of marijuana, and possession of drug paraphernalia.
One can only believe that Jeter was already high to ask such an idiotic question.
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Suspect Asks Cop: “Can I Have My Weed Back?”